MeRT is a State of the Art, Effective Treatment for Autism, PTSD, Depression and More. Detailed Brain Scans allow us to gently Stimulate exact Non-functioning Areas of Your Brain.
Results Can Be Astonishing.
What Makes Magnetic Resonance Therapy So Unique?
MeRT is an advanced form of TMS (Trans-Cranial Magnetic Stimulation) which uses gentle magnetic waves to stimulate brain function where it is missing. It starts with sophisticated imaging and diagnostics so that we can see exactly where your brain is not connecting as it should. Then an FDA-cleared computerized magnet is placed near your head and custom-designed magnetic waves lightly stimulate parts of the brain that are not fully functioning to improve brainwave communication. MeRT stands for Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy.
There are no drugs or anesthesia used with MeRT, during or after treatment.
The magnet is programmed based on a diagnosis of your specific brain patterns.
MeRT involves the use of gentle Magnetic pulses. There is no pain and nothing invasive.
“I CAN HONESTLY SAY MY BRAIN IS IN A BETTER PLACE THAN IT WAS BEFORE.”
“I’m two or three months past my last treatment, and I can honestly say my brain is in a better place than it was before. The emotional highs and lows I was living with have been stabilized. My cognition took off during that period and it hasn’t slowed down since.” – Nick Hardwick (Retired NFL Center, Chargers)
Conditions We Treat With MeRT
MeRT uses the principals of TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) but first does a detailed analysis of the patients brainwaves and then generates a custom magnetic wave that specifically targets and stimulates the brain where it is underperforming. It is FDA-Approved for some forms of Depression and here in Carlsbad we have seen incredible successes using MeRT with Autism, TBI and Concussion and many other situations.
Partners and Collaborators
We are Veteran and Family Owned
Raquel approached me, with a glass between her little hands asking me to give her some “Juz”. There are no words that can express the emotions that I felt at that moment. It was the first time I could say that I had heard the voice of my 4-year-old daughter.
Most incredible of all was that not only had she improved her ability to communicate, but her emotional projection also took a 180-degree turn. My daughter now asked me to pick her up and carry her in my arms. She hugged me for the first time voluntarily and repeatedly for more than 15 minutes. Aside from improving in language, she also improved her emotional connection. They were the most beautiful 15 minutes of my life. My daughter recognized me and expressed it openly and freely for the first time.“
- Miriam, Mother
Meet our highly skilled Doctors
With extensive experience in treating brain trauma and emotional trauma, these board-certified doctors are seeing incredible success in treating an array of neurological conditions.
Oluseyi Awodele, M.D, M.S
Dr. Awodele is a residency-trained and Board Certified Occupational Medicine physician. Dr. Awodele earned his undergraduate degree in Physiology & Neurobiology at the University of Connecticut, with a focus in Neuro-Physiology.
Joel M. Apides
Dr. Joel M Apides, MD is Board Certified in Neurology, with a subspecialty in Neurophysiology, by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and American Board of subspecialties, with experience in treating trauma and PTSD.
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We understand that you may be going through a lot of difficulty with your TBI symptoms. We also know that you may have many questions about whether MeRT is the right treatment.
This is not a light decision, and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to get the information you need. Our New Patient Coordinator is here to do just that.
She’ll answer all your questions, listen to your concerns, explain costs, and put your mind at ease. She can also assist you in getting scheduled should you decide to move forward with treatment.